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or to help get them out. that man would be lloyd smith. smith had been stationed in egypt for almost a year and have been promoted to captain when he was recruited by oss in cairo in early september 1943. a recruiter promised smith the excitement he great because his brother was headed overseas to serve as a pilot on the 26 bomber. smith later wrote unless i did something more exciting than ordinance, i would have trouble living with him after i got back home after the war. senator smith arrived at oss headquarters in italy, his commanding officer said to him, we have a priority job. how would you like to volunteer to get albania? at smith knew little of the train or language agreed to help the strength americans and bring into the post for evacuation which is a three-hour briefing under his belt. smith received his orders on november 30, and by the evening of december 2 he had made two attempts to cross the hundred i both. another port city. my second attempt had been canceled that day because of the discovery of chairman minds in the portuguese had to go back to the oss office to wade int
, i wasn't familiar with the area. >> very good. did you see officer smith after you got out of your patrol car? >> yes, i did. >> where did you see him, if you could just indicate approximately the area you saw officer smith. >> that general area right there. >> all right. and for the record, that's in the approximate area of the "t." what was the lighting like back there? >> very dim, very -- almost dark. >> were you using a flashlight to find your way between the town homes? >> yes, sir. >> what were the weather conditions like when you arrived? >> misty, raining on and off. >> and what was officer smith doing when you first arrived? >> he had a white male at gunpoint. >> did you later learn the white male's name to be george zimmerman? >> that's correct. >> and do you see that person in court this afternoon? >> yes, sir. >> and judge, if you can raise the lights, if you would. is george zimmerman the gentleman to my left who just stood up? >> yes, sir. >> your honor, the record should reflect the witness has identified the defendant. did you have any interaction with the defendan
was officer smith doing when you first arrived? >> he had a white male at gunpoint. >> did you later learn the white male's name to be zimmermgeorge zimmerman? >> that's correct. >> do you see that person this afternoon? >> yes, sir. >> judge, if you can raise -- is george zimmerman the person who stood up? >> yes, sir. >> let the record reflect he's identified the defendant. >> the record will so reflect. >> did you have interaction with the witness? >> no, sir. >> why not? >> i was focused on the male that was on the ground. >> and the male that was on the ground, did you later learn the person's name to be trayvon martin? >> that's correct. >> did you go over to trayvon martin's location? >> i walked toward, yes. >> and how was trayvon martin's body positioned when you arrived? >> facedown, his hands were underneath the body. >> and to your knowledge, were you the first officer to approach trayvon martin? >> yes. >> all right. did you know whether or not he was dead or alive at that point? >> i did not. >> did you know what his involvement was at that point? >> i did not. >> did you giv
. the first responding police officer from sanford pd, tim smith, testifying that when he pulled up on scene just minutes after the shooting, the gun was already back in george zimmerman's holster, on his hip. greg? >> phil keating we'll get back to you. joining me, judge alex, host of the program, judge alex. john good was on the defense witness list. we knew about him. i found him in my note three months ago exactly what he was going to say, that he was going to be a terrific defense witness, saying that trayvon martin was on top, zimmerman on the bottom, being attacked. did prosecutors nevertheless call him, even though they know he is going to hurt their case because they don't want to be accused of hiding something from the jury? >> that's exactly right. they want to diffuse it. take the wind out of the defense's sail and don't want it to be a gotcha moment and they say we have this witness and the prosecution knew about this witness and didn't present them to you, which they can do in florida. the supreme court ruled if the prosecution does not call a witness and the defense has to cal
on and off. >> and what was officer smith doing when you first arrived? >> he had a white male at gunpoint. >> did you later learn the white male's name to be george zimmerman? >> that's correct. >> you see that person in court this afternoon? >> yes, sir. >> judge, if you can raise the lights, if you would. is george zimmerman the gentleman to my life? >> yes, sir. >> you're on the record to reflect the witness identified the defendant. did you have any interaction with the defendant at that point? >> no, sir. >> why not in. >> i was focused on the male that was on the ground. >> and the male that was on the ground, did you later learn that person's name to be trayvon martin? >> that's correct. >> did you go over to trayvon martin's location? >> i walked toward it. >> and how was trayvon martin's body positioned when you arrived? >> face down. his hands were underneath the body. >> and to your knowledge, were you were the first officer to approach trayvon martin? >> yes. >> did you know whether or not he was dead or alive at that point? >> i did not. >> did you know what his involvement w
and the mg days. >> the days of the hammond organ and trying to emulate the organ charles or jimmy smith. those were my mentors, my inspirations. exciting times. tavis: i always believed jimmy smith is one of the best to ever touch the instrument. tell me more about his gift. >> the amazing thing about jimmy is he got better as he lived. he was amazing when he started, -- the older jimmy smith just unbelievable. tavis: i mentioned earlier you were a child prodigy and play all these instruments. how did you end up settling, how did the hammond b-3 and up your signature instrument? >> as i said, i tried to play like my mother. my mother was a beautiful keyboard player. she played the piano and expressed so much feeling. i tried to imitate her. i would not call myself a prodigy. i was just a kid who worked hard. i taught myself the oboe and the clarinet because i love the sounds. i got my degree laying trombone. and other instrument ifo close to. when i really wanted to express myself i looked for this odd, unique instrument, the hammond b-3 organ. this thing that weighs 475 pounds and is c
francisco. christie smith, coming up how the city by the bay is getting ready? we have major changes headed our way from record rainfall to near-record heat in 72 hours. i'll sort out changes, tell you best places to be as we get into the hot weekend. >>> new crash in the south bay plus slowing in the east bay. number number its has a lot of reporting. >>> a live look outside. illuminated. that is the bay bridge. if you haven't been outside to experience it, christina loren says balmy. crack that window, enjoy the breeze wednesday june 26th. this is "today in the bay." >>> 5:00. good morning. pleasure to see you. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. a decision that's been in the making now and in two hours the nation's highest court hands down its ruling on california's proposition 8, the ban on same-sex marriage. >> getting ready for a massive rally already start agent city hall in france asan francisco ad out outnight hoping to got a seat in the courtroom when the historic decision is announced. >> live team coverage on both sides of the country. cheryl hurd live outside the courth
. *9 supreme court ruling and then today's order to resume same sex weddings. nick smith is live in the castro tonight. nick, all of this is good for pride of course, but also for profits. >> absolutely. the minute it was clear that california would be the 13th state to legalize same-sex marriages, the screams started and the horns started hoping. honking. >> we got this! >> the screams and the cheers had already started. the annual pride celebration is one of san francisco's biggest event weekend and thousands are expected to flood the city. and with all of the heavy foot traffic she hopes people are looking to spend lots of money. >> i don't like to talk about money, but it is good. >> she is already raking in the cash. revelers are snatching up rainbow boas and t-shirts at break neck speed. >> prop 8 went through and the celebration started two days earlier. >> so they ran out of merchandise. >> which was too good for us. we were waiting for them to come through and get their pride on. >> after the 9th circuit court of appeals that kept counties from issuing marriage licenses,
into this event. *9 supreme court ruling and then today's order to resume same sex weddings. nick smith is live in the castro tonight. nick, all of this is good for pride of course, but also for profits. >> absolutely. the minute it was clear that california would be the 13th state to legalize same-sex marriages, the screams started and the horns started hoping. honking. >> we got this! >> the screams and the cheers had already started. the annual pride celebration is one of san francisco's biggest event weekend and thousands are expected to flood the city. and with all of the heavy foot traffic she hopes people are looking to spend lots of money. >> i don't like to talk about money, but it is good. >> she is already raking in the cash. revelers are snatching up rainbow boas and t-shirts at break neck speed. >> prop 8 went through and the celebration started two days earlier. >> so they ran out of merchandise. >> which was too good for us. we were waiting for them to come through and get their pride on. >> after the 9th circuit court of appeals that kept counties from issuing marriage licenses,
smith and that terrence smith has parties regularly and calls them frequent and charges $15 a head and i'm putting this out there so you are all aware but $15 a head and he promoted it in a sense he has a network of kids and they sell their tickets to friends. so it's as if i say hey, i'm selling tickets if you sell 50 you get in for free. i inquired to the patrons of the party hey do you know whose birthday it is they didn't want to talk about it. let's see still at the party we're getting the information from jason we asked - and i don't know if i jason didn't have the conditions of their permit and a generally it's nice to see the conditions of the permit for the officers so they can see did ratio i heard it's one to 80. so i would request they have that handy i suggested they have a binder thatlize the conditions of the permit and emergency evacuation plan and emergency contact numbers as well as - what else did i president in there. there was something else. oh, the guard cards. they said they regularly contract with one company that different guards fluctuate in and out and i said
, sanford police officer timothy smith was the first officer on the scene. lisa, have you seen anything today that jumped out at you, any surprises, any forward movement for either side? >> well, let me summarize what all of the witnesses have been saying today with the three cs. george zimmerman after the shooting was coherent, compliant, and calm. that helps the prosecution in one sense. it helps the defense in another sense. it helps the defense because he's compliant. when law enforcement came, he immediately identified himself as the shooter, put up his hands, identified he had a firearm, and answered all of their questions. but he was also very, very calm. according to one witness kind of strangely so. he didn't seem to be in shock and didn't look back at the body of trayvon martin even though he had just shot him. >> we just saw the police officer testifying to whether or not there was blood in the car when he was taken to the station house. so have we established how injured george zimmerman may or may not have been and what that goes to it the altercation they may or may not ha
. and chip reid sets sail for smith island, land of american dreams slowly slipping from view. captioni ed by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. once in a while, a decision by the supreme court is etched into the granite of our history. americans remain divided over today's rulings, but history was written. copies of the same-sex marriage decisions rushed out this morning, and, as the words were read, cheers went up. ( cheers and applause ) a sharply divided court advanced the cause of gay rights in two cases. it struck down the 1996 defense of marriage act, known as doma, which denies federal benefits to same-sex couples. in the other case, it authorized the resumption of same-sex marriage in the nation's most populous state, california. jan crawford begins our coverage at the supreme court. >> reporter: writing for the 5-4 majority, justice anthony kennedy said the 1996 defense of marriage act that denied federal benefits to legally married same-sex couples had one purpose and one effect: that distinction, the court said, violates constitutiona
tim smith and someone else standing between the building. >> what was the lighting like in that area? >> very poor. >> did you do anything with your car to aid in the lighting? >> i pulled my car in. >> did your highlights then illuminate officer smith and the subject he was with? >> it was better but lighting was still poor. >> all right. when you got out of your car did you go over to the area where officer smith was? >> yes, sir, i did. >> were there any street lights or poles in that area or pole lights in that area? >> i don't remember seeing any. >> can you show the members of jury where approximately officer smith was. >> my car would have been here. officer smith and the male would have been standing somewhere near this t intersection right where the pointer is now. >> what was the weather like that evening? >> it was drizzling. >> had it been raining off and on prior to your dispatch in. >> yes, sir. >> the person that was with officer smith did you get an opportunity -- let me ask you this. did you know the person? >> no, sir. >> did you learn his name to be george zimmerma
to collect himself and shortly there after offer tim smith got there? >> yes. >> i didn't know his name but right. >> the police officer within a very short time, the first police officer arrived? >> right. >> he had a flashlight? >> i don't remember if he had a flashlight. >> you don't remember the next person arriving after you with a flashlight? >> i know it was a police officer but i don't remember the light. i already had mine on. >> you could see from your own flashlight? >> yes. >> it was really, really dark out there? >> yes. >> officer smith will use that for our purposes or the first officer arrived and he said who shot him? >> yes. >> george zimmerman immediately said i did? >> yes. >> officer smith said do you have a gun or something to that effect? >> yes. >> george zimmerman immediately complied by raising his arms or his right arm and exposed the firearm that was in the holster on his right side. >> yes. >> then officer smith's response or reaction was i'm going to handcuff you for officer safety? >> yes. >> that's what happened? >> yes. >> george zimmerman complied fully
language. leading walmart, smith field foods and the food network to end their deals. >> three-fourths of a cup of heavy cream. >> reporter: target who sells her cookbooks, pots and pans, said good-bye on thursday, and so did home depot. >> when my doctor told me i had type 2 diabetes, i was devastated. >> reporter: deen endured a ton of bad press in january 2012, when she announced she had diabetes. it was the same day she became a paid spokesperson for a company that makes a drug that fights the disease. >> i'm sharing my story, hoping to show people that you don't have to let diabetes stand in the way of enjoying your life. >> reporter: now, novo nordisk, that drugmaker, is cutting ties, too. steve osunsami, abc news. >> thank you, steve. >>> meanwhile here in new york city, family, friends celebrities and hundreds of fans gathered yesterday, to pay their final respects to james gandolfini. the beloved star of "the sopranos," who died suddenly of a heart attack in italy last week. abc's gio benitez, has the story on the actor they simply called jimmy. >> reporter: hundreds o
us tonight. i really appreciate it. >>> joining me now, evan smith, ceo and editor in chief of the "texas trib boone." and one of the savviest observers of texas politics. evan, my first question to you is, you and i have talked before, and i follow texas politics relatively closely, actually. to outsiders, that night that happened on tuesday night, seemed like an amazing, dramatic moment. >> yep. >> was it that in texas that in the context of texas and texas politics, was it that the way it looked to us from the outside? >> oh, most definitely. you know, no democrat has won elections statewide in texas, chris, since 1994. democrats are in the minority. vast minority in both the texas and the texas senate. republicans have almost a supermajority in both bodies. every statewide elective office, the state is, as you said, not just red, it's blood red. obama has done, president obama has done very poorly in the '08 election, worse in the 2012 election. democrats have had no action here for a very long time. it was the first moment, really going back to ann richards, that you sa
and silver smith. the agency supported gold and silver smith mainly through material testing. and february 2012, the greek parliament killed its funding. this attorney knows the details. but what is this? computers are everywhere. the fax machine is on. a couple of water standing around. it looks more like officials are on their lunch break. this is the accounting office. some books seem to have been left lying open, waiting to be finished. i'm a bit surprised and turned to the attorney for advice. can you tell me if the centers close or open now? >> to be honest, it is a bit of both. the law has taken effect, but the ministry has taken no action to close the agency. i do not think they found a bankruptcy trustee yet, nor do they want to. >> why not? >> that is a mystery to me, too. >> the ministry of development that the staff home a year ago without a written notice. salary payments were stopped and bills were left unpaid. employees are suing the state now to get their jobs and wages back. constantino achieved a ruling hitherto unknown in greece -- a court attachment order against the of
un depredador sexual. >>> smith fue el acusado de ser el asesino de la niÑa de 8 aÑos, desapareciÓ el viernes a la noche, el cadÁver se encontrÓ en jacksonville en florida, el hombre de 56 aÑos, depredador sexual registrado, entablÓ una conversaciÓn de la pequeÑa y su madre en una tienda de dÓlar, prometiÉndoles que las llevarÍa a walmart a comprar ropa, y luego ofreciÓ comprarles hamburguesas, se fue con la niÑa sus intenciones eran otras subÓo a la camioneta a la menor, se la llevÓ con rumbo desconocido. >>> (hablan en inglÉs). >>> la madre llamÓ al 911 al darse cuenta del rapto, emitieron la alerta amber, lo ubicaron al hombre al volante de la camioneta en la interestartal 95, era tarde para encontrar a la niÑa con vida, segÚn las autoridades acababa de salir de la cÁrcel el hombre, y tiene un largo historial de delitos sexuales. >>> esta mujer recuerda como en el 2009 smith llamÓ a su casa, se hizo pasar por un trabajador social del estado, decÍa que investigaba denuncias que su hija fue violada, y tenÍa que llevarse a la niÑa para hacerse un examen mÉdico,
hams with smith field foods. she was also a spokesperson for smith field for the last seven years. last week, the food network dropped the 66-year-old chef. she recently admitted that she used the n-word many years ago. qvc is also reviewing its relationship with dean. the exclusive interview is on the today show right here on nbc bay area. orgets well, the biggest party in the country is taking place in chicago. hockey fans swarming the streets of chicago tonight as the blackhawks pull off a shocker in the final moments of the stanley cup finals. also ahead. this high wire act was safer than it looked. meet the bay area engineers who helped nik wallenda with every step he took. >>> and where in the world is edward snowden. harsh words for china. >>> continuing to follow a developing story. edward snowden, the man who leaked government see kres is playing an international game of cat and mouse. journalists tracking him were on a flight today from moscow to cuba, hoping to find snowden. he had a ticket on that same flight, but he was a no show. in the meantime, the united states is deman
left the room, then came back. he testified that smith said tell me everything you can remember about the gun and what it looked like. >> nobody else should be talking to these people. >> reporter: richard is a police expert. >> if you have a shooter officer and witness officers, they should only be talking to homicide. so if the mess chief and let's say a superintendent, if they contact the witness or the shooter officer and ask him questions about what happened, that's not appropriate. >> we do believe everyone acted' prone atly. >> reporter: the school district spokesman spoke to us because of pending litigation. >> i'm sure somebody may be able to dig into the policy and find an incident where maybe one thick was said that was, you know, in contrast to policy, but overalling yes, we did follow the policy, and it was conducted appropria appropriately. >> reporter: is it appropriate for the superintendent you to ask questions of one officer about what happened, leave the room and come back and ask more specific questions about things hike the gun and the location of the gun? that's
medley's. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] >>> excuse me. come on. goodness gracious. got to work on the intern thing here. okay. so we asked -- you saw the video of pete williams' intern hustling to get hip the decision. so we want to know what you think they should get in return for being such good for being such good hustlers. eric schultz is in for john tower. don't screw it up. >> couple great responses today. says honor correspondents should tip their closest interns $5,000 each at christmas and jazz says the only reward for that intern is to make him the next jets' qb. >> ouch. i wouldn't mind that. the patriots aren't going to have much talent on offense. by the way i like this one from ed welsh, toss him a fish like you might for a dolphin performing a trick. that's harsh. i was an intern before i was 26 years old before
with this photo. the sitdown reportedly requested by gayle smith, senior director for development and democracy. a senator administration official says it was intended to "discuss a wide range of issues, including poverty, global health efforts, and bin bayyah's efforts to counter the al qaeda narrative. ms. smith stated she thaw she looked forward to working with him and with other faith leaders on issues of mutual interest." joining me now, rudy giuliani. kids can't go to the white house, but he can? >> this is completely impossible to understand. why you would have this person in the white house, talking to people on the national security council, a person of the vice president of an organization that calls for the destruction of the state of israel, an organization whose president has advocated killing israelis and killing americans, and he is the vice president of the group. so we have somebody sitting in the white house, part of an organization that has advocade the killing of americans. what is going on in the white house? what planet are they on? >> i -- i got to be honest. >> what coul
, followed by tim hickey and brian smith. >> i am a taxi cab driver. we have a lot of angry business owner driver and citizen, and you met on the policy that you make. all of this anti-, mta policy, probably altogether with the sore that i think that we are going to happen. and they are going to make a big organization against the mta, or visit the website or coming very soon, i think, and this i mentioned... (inaudible) because you are making so favor. all of this bicyclists are very elegant and blocking the front of cart and they will move the bicyclists and (inaudible) driver, and this happens all of the time. and you are making the policy that don't care about the people that live here. old people, a lot of people, live here. and you are making this 10,000 bicycle list and you are making this some kind of favor policy but this anti-, anti-power... and all of this business owner because of the government. and they are becoming a big organization and the economy and i think, and i think. >> and yesterday i take a woman she said, i paid the meter at 6:00 and i said yes, these are a lot of
crackdown on gang violence. "today in the bay's" christie smith live at police headquarters with all the greatest details. christie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jon. 40 additional san jose police officers were out this weekend for just this type of thing, a new gang suppression program unveiled on friday. but at the same time a couple was attacked. they were robbed and now san jose police are looking for these suspected gang members. this happened sunday afternoon in broad daylight on lido street. the suspects confronted the couple and then attacked the man and took off running. this comes as police are rolling out a three-phase plan to crack down on gang violence with more patrols in june and july and then a gang suppression unit starts in august. police say when you increase visibility, you'll see deterren deterrence. here is how the assault happened. >> an argument ensued. they ultimately took the victim's purse from her. when the male tried to intervene, they assaulted him and he suffered a head injury. both the male and final maim were transported to a local hospita
police crackdown on gang violence. "today in the bay's" christie smith is live in police headquarters in san jose with details for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. san jose police say this couple was just minding their own business walking down the street when they were confronted by a group of suspected gang members. the man tried to help the woman. he ended up being attacked. both the man and woman ended up being taken to the hospital. as you said, this came the very same weekend when san jose police rolled out their new gang suppression program. the couple was on lido street yesterday afternoon in broad daylight and an argument started with these suspected gang members. police say they took the woman's purse and when the man tried to help her, they attacked him and he suffered a head injury in all this. the attackers took off running. this weekend san jose police started rolling out a three-phase plan for increased patrols in june and july and then a gang suppression unit that will start in august. >> i think any time you increase or improve visibility, yo
. ian smith. >> it is interesting, i told my editor i am not writing any more diet books. i said everything that i had to say about it. i had friends that reached a plateau and said i need something to get the weight off. i created what i called the secret weapon. it is to get them to burn the last 15-20 pounds. i only gave it to my friends. every once in a while someone would call. i would email. that was fine. i was done with diets. my twitter followers said we need help losing weight. i started to tweet them some of the program. the results were amazing losing 5-6 pounds in a week. i said to my editor, i am back to write diet books again. it has been an unbelievable experience. dr. oz: why dahl shred? >> i feel dieting is 80% mental. i want people to visualize what they are doing losing weight. i want them to realize you are shredding the fat, getting shredded. every time that you see that book or that word you think what is happening mentally. dr. oz: and you are a world class expert in this area. why is this diet so effective? >> people like that it is very accessible. choco
in the bay's christie smith is live at the scene where the search for the two other suspects is taking place at this hour. we'll have another live update coming up with all the new information in just a few minutes. >>> we also have an update right now to breaking news down in los angeles. we have a live look from our chopper. two lapd officers have been shot and hurt during an ambush attack outside the wilshire police station. the lapd issuing what they call a citywide tactical alert which means everybody there is on alert. that we don't know this morning. what we do know is the united states is still looking for hip and we know that ecuador is considering whether or not to grant him asylum. they've said that they think he's persecuted. so while the state department tries to get the word out to latin american countries to return snowden if he shows up there, at least one, ecuador, says they're considering letting him stay. marla. >> tracie, thank you. >>> a settlement reached in a federal class action lawsuit brought on by 150 people who protested after the sentencing of former b.a.r.t. off
.a.r.t. strike as early as next week. i'm christie smith. i'll tell you what b.a.r.t. workers are doing in san francisco this morning. >>> so far no delays for the b.a.r.t. system right now. we are looking at slowdowns because of the fog as well as the east bay spot where we had a lot of issues for the tri-valley. >>> you know when you're starting out, 5:00 a.m., temperatures in the mid 60s, it's going to be a scorcher across the bay area. i'll tell you how long we'll be in this heat, when lit break and when we might see a return of showers. a lot to talk about in your full forecast. >>> maybe enjoy the cool start to the morning, taking a live look outside the san francisco bay bridge glistening in the distance there. yeah, you made it to thursday. it's june 27th. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm jon kelly. good morning everyone. yes, the world continues to watch the health of nelson mandela. this morning there are conflicting reports about his current condition. this comes as president obama is in africa right now this mor
commute. b.a.r. "today in the bay's" christie smith is live with how riders and businesses are trying to prepare. >> reporter: in about 90 minutes b.a.r.t. workers will be trying to let riders know what's going on, what's the latest with the labor dispute. transportation leaders have already taken a step forward, basically contacting businesses. they sent out letters and lists just like this one letting them know they should think alternates, think about ride sharing, telecommuting, other things that your employees can do to get around. this could affect clients, also lots of people who don't normally ride bavrmtd that's because the ripple effect will be an absolute traffic mess out there. word of a possible strike is spreading like wildfire. b.a.r.t.'s two largest unions authorized the strike though negotiations are still happening. that's the good news. the contract expires sunday night. hundreds of thousands of people rely on b.a.r.t. each day to get around. that means the freeway, ferries and buses could be absolutely packed in the event of the strike. on the peninsula, caltran ri
francisco home invasion has died. police say 24-year-old jane smith and two other men broke into a home about 2:30 tuesday morning. police say they shot the homeowner and his wife. investigators say the homeowner mad get the gun and shot smith during an altercation. smith later died of his injuries. the two victims are expected to survive. the two other suspects are still on the loose. >>> if you have pomegranate kernels in your freezer, listen to this. there's been a recall of wood stock frozen organic kernels because they might contain hepatitis a. >>> crews working at the doyle tribe project have been making explosive discoveries. they found old bombs. one was a three foot mortar from either world war i or ii. another was a cannon ball. they were safely taken care of. workers have been trained to be on the lookout for more. the discovery is not completely unexpected. the site was a military base. >>> a bad combination, new at 5:30, a possible explosive mix this weekend. what's combining with the heat to make dangerous conditions. >>> we will be on strike. >> yeah. >>> it's not just b
andrew smith of the los angeles police department, he pointed out obviously the person to do something like this is somebody they want to find fast. take a listen. >> anybody willing do this, tame on two armed officers outside a police station is obviously a dangerous person. we want do everything we can to get this person in custody so we can keep our community safe. >> reporter: the other thing they're looking to do, they're going through the surveillance video from around the police station and surrounding businesses and homes hoping toi looked like. >>> coming up, we got a first look at the evidence including clothes and the infamous iced tea can. this as the officer who was first on the scene in responding to the shooting that night. trayvon's father walked out of the courtroom. we'll explain that to you neck. "i'm part of an american success story," "that starts with one of the world's most advanced distribution systems," "and one of the most efficient trucking networks," "with safe, experienced drivers." "we work directly with manufacturers," "eliminating costly markups," "and b
to order. thank you very much, senator gorton, for joining us, co-chair congressman smith and senator levin. i appreciate your being here and especially your work on these issues and your legislation which i know you will be talking about to hold china accountable for cyber theft. i thank the staff for its tireless efforts for the work they do on human rights and rule of law, and congressman smith and i have co-chaired this commission and appreciate the good working relationship there and with staff. we know, and senator gorton and i just spoke about this, how the public's not paying a lot of attention, and we here are not paying enough attention either with the exception of senator levin and a few others to the serious threat that china poses in terms of cyber attacks and how that threatens u.s./china relations in some ways, so much so that the president obama raised the issue in his recent summit with chinese president sue jinping. today's hearing will focus on the aspects of cyber that fall within the commission's mandate, notably the impact of rule of law and on human rights. recent hea
the place rattles information management officer sean smith. around noontime, he messages a friend on the internet. "assuming we don't die tonight, we saw one of our police that guard the compound taking pictures." 12:11 p.m., cairo. u.s. embassy staffers release a statement about nikoula's video. "we firmly reject those actions that use the universal right of free speech to hurt the religious beliefs of others. the cairo embassy surrounded by protesters, voicing a variety of grievances. >> the video was a part of a much larger demonstration that featured open brandishing of the al qaeda flag, chances of obama, obama. >> reporter: 6:45 p.m. the owe egyptian crowd storms the embassy. watching from tripoli, gregg hicks, number two man in libya, reaches out to his boss, chris stevens, in benghazi. >> chris, are you aware what's going on in cairo? and he said no. i told him that embassy had been stormed. and they were trying to tear down our flag. he said thanks very much. >> reporter: no sign in benghazi of protests, over video or anything else. 9:00 p.m. ambassador stevens and sean s
. there was not enough force that to justify the force used against martin. >> tim smith first responded to the scene. we'll show him on the witness stand. he told the jury, look, the backside of zimmerman was covered in grass and wetter than the front side which would corroborated, yeah, the defendant was the guy on the bottom beat up. then the photo of zimmerman with a bloody nose. we haven't seen this one much before. witness said, yeah, he had a broken nose, plus, the backside of his head. two gashes, one inch long each. blood streaming down the back of the head. tad, that corroborates the defendant's story, right? >> without a doubt. that is why things have to change because if the prosecution wants to win this case, they have to start making it, kid did not need to die. where zimmerman went wrong, when he put that gun on when he left his house, who was winning this fight and who was the aggressor, that is never going to get him there. they have to change the baseline. they have to make it he was wrong from the beginning and kid didn't have to die. the facts are never going to help the prosecution o
up a big win for the white house. really. ♪ [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent ogood. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge soware connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically ducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] charles: on the longest day of the year it is time for an extra long blitz. welcome to the summer solstice edition of "the blitz." we have some real hot issues. issue number one, you think recalls are bad, now wait until the next generation of cars. volvo the latest to build a car that parks itself. so, with aon of recalls this month ale, how badly would all ge >> i never thought i would say this in a million years, but how smart are the cars going to get? the imagine the lice reports? i wasn't driving, my car did it. i don't know where this is going to go, this will be like t law of unintende consequences. recalls will go up. the tort system will come under fire and an indirect impacon earnings the first time a cars find liable for an accident the driver did
-- >> having been arrested and charged with kidnapping and murder. >> reporter: donald smith appeared in court. the 56-year-old florida man is a registered sex offender. police say he first met them at a dollar skgeneral store friday night. >> he offered to take them to walmart and buy them some clothes. >> reporter: after being inside the store for a couple of hours, smith offered to buy the family hamburgers. >> as he walked, he took our 8-year-old victim with him. they walked to the front of the walmart towards mcdonald's. and did not stop at the mcdonald's. they got out in his van and left. >> reporter: saturday morning police arrested smith soon after her body was found in a wooded area near jacksonville church where this memorial for her continues to grow. >> anything you can tell snus. >> reporter: according to the department of corrections, split has a lengthy criminal record. he was most recently convicted of impersonating a public employee and aggravated child an be bus. court records show he was sentenced to a year in county jail and was just released may 31. smith is being held wit
click, call or donation adds up to something big. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] i did? when visa signature asked everybody what upgraded experiences really mattered... you suggested luxury car service instead of "strength training with patrick willis." come on todd! flap them chicken wings. [ grunts ] well, i travel a lot and umm... [ male announcer ] at visa signature, every upgraded experience comes from listening to our cardholders. visa signature. your idea of what a card should be. >>> when i was 17 years old i had a summer job at bakery in new york city. in that bakery working alongside me were a bunch of guys from a province south of mexico city, called pu, bla. i would stay up all night with them, they'd help me be the baking and they'd help me get better with spanish. because i worked with them, i learned something i hadn't
long. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] >>> welcome back to "hannity." last week, the white house said it was willing to sit down with the taliban. now another disturbing story. earlier this month, members of the national security council met with this man, abdullah bin bayyah, vice president of the international union of muslim scholars. a group that openly supports hamas and calls for the destruction of israel. an egyptian cleric called for the death of americans and jews and is banned from ever stepping foot in the united states. this highly controversial meeting with bin bayyah, exposed by the investigative project of terrorism. and provided us with this photo. the sitdown reportedly requested by gayle smith, senior director for development and democracy. a senator administration official says it was intended to "discuss a
) scottrade. awarded five-stars from smartmoney magazine. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] >>> at first glance, flipping 17 seats out of 435 doesn't seem all that hard. that's how many seats the democrats need to gain to retake control of the house next year. but with nearly 400 of those seats essentially locked in for their respective parties, that task become,s a whole lot tougher. republicans hold a 234 to 201 seat majority. if democrats can gain an additional 17 seats, they go up to 217. that goes up to an uphill climb. 17 seats will be more than double the eight they picked up during president obama's successful re-election last november. what's more, redistricting has limited the number of seats to a handful. just 31 seats, less than 8% of the total house are in play. says there are just 29. in fact, stu rothenburg points out that wit
officer? >> officer tim smith. >> all right. if you would dim the lights, please. officer, let me show you state's exhibit 1. do you recognize that as being an aerial photograph of the retreat at twin lakes? >> yes, sir. >> your honor, may i approach the witness? >> yes, you may. >> i'll give you a laser pointer. just press that. can you show the jury where the main entrance is with your laser pointer? >> right there. >> all right. and that would be off of oregon avenue? >> correct. >> all right. can you show the members of the jury where you went when you got in the neighborhood and where you parked? >> i came this way, came in through the entrance, went around a ways. i believe, if i'm not mistaken, went around as such and parked right in this area right here. >> all right. and for the record, you parked on the upper right-hand corner of the photograph? >> yes, sir. >> all right. so you actually took the long way around -- >> yes, i wasn't familiar with the area. >> very good. did you see officer smith after you got out of your patrol car? >> yes, i did. >> where did you see him, if you
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honors and winning the eastern regional championships. let's go with sean smith hanging with champs >> it does not get any better for this. we have the palm trees and ocean and beautiful crowd. >> once we saw it on the calendar, we are like, we are going to event. look at this place. it's beautiful and he was jumping fantastic >> you are defending your title. now you get a shot to get the national championship title >> we're going back home to st. louis. we won last year and this year. it's what we came to do. >> great job. back to you guys. >> thanks a lot, sean. get it done once again winning the eastern regional champi championshi championships. tony and baxter. we'll see if they can continue that momentum when they head to st. louis it for the finals. in fact for our champions that's the next stop. good luck to all the athletes there and congratulations to all of our competitors here today in st. petersburg, florida. don't forget to drop us a note on pro plan's facebook page. big thanks. and on behalf of our broadcast team, i'm trace. thanks for checking out the eastern regional
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